- WE-Tech Tokarev TT33 - Full Metal
- Full metal construction
- Gas operated
- Blowback function
- Adjustable Hop Up system
- Realistic construction and field stripping
- Lanyard loop
- 14 rounds magazine
- Weight: 685 gr
- Length: 194 mm
- Velocity: 320 FPS
As a descendant to the TT-30, TT-33 was created to be one of the emblems of the Eastern Front, and is still in service in some armed forces nowadays. It is renowned for its simplicity and accuracy, and is gaining popularity with pistol collectors.
The TT-33 by WE accurately recreates the look and feel of this classic Russian pistol. Common to many Russian designs, the TT-33 by WE was designed with a full metal slide and frame for hard rugged use and increased durability. Subdued markings and the CCCP Star emblem on the plastic grip panels give it an authentic appearance that is sure to please Eastern Bloc enthusiasts and collectors.
As per original the pistol is metal (frame and slide) with the exception of the polymer grips. The frame and slide bear realistic markigns with all the Cyrilic engravings and the Soviet Star.
The grip panels are adorned with the USSR Emblem and the entire pistol, frame and slide, bares feint machine markings underneath the finish coating.
The pistol offers an external lanyard loop found on the left side of the grips to allow the attachment of a safety lanyard.
The pistol has a good weight but still remains lightweight (685 gr) due to its small size (194 mm) and feels quite solid with little to no play on the parts. The slide racks smoothly with a pleasing assortment of clicks & clacks, the hammer play being particularly fun, with a surprisingly crisp trigger pull.
The WE TT33 GBB Pistol feels much the same to shoot as other new WE pistols, crisp and responsive.
The magazine holds 14 rounds and enough gas to propel them, plus a few more extra. The adjustable Hop Up system offers the range required for every skirmishable pistol.
Appreciable important thing, WE has added a security, a small rod above the left grip, small and discrete.
Last but no least the pistol strips like the real deal one, which will be very attractive to those players who crave for realism.
In 1930 the Soviet Military sought a replacement for the aging Nagant M1895 revolver and chose Fedor Tokarev’s TT-30 design. Even while the TT-30 was being produced for service trials, amendments were being made to improve the design and make it easier to manufacture which included various changes to the barrel, frame and internal mechanism, as well as the omission of a removable backstrap.
This improved version became the TT-33 and was pressed into service as the side arm of Soviet military officers and was used throughout WW2 and beyond. It saw service through the East Bloc and Soviet allies and just about anywhere a revolution was sparked. The Tokarev TT-33 is essentially the AK47 of pistols.